The most appropriate models (Model 4) from the single trait analyses for Clip I, II, III and weaning weight were used for bivariate analysis for estimation of genetic, phenotypic, and environmental correlations between different economic traits of Angora rabbit
The body weight records of German Angora rabbit
at weaning (42 d) and post weaning (84, 126 and 168 d) were obtained for a period of seven years from 2002 to 2008.
Declining population of sheep in the region forced the villagers to turn to Angora rabbit
breeding, when the state rural development ministry launched the Angora wool scheme in March 2002.
ABI HUGGINS admits she's a sucker for a sob story so when she spotted Shaun the Angora rabbit
, all shaved and forlorn she just had to adopt him.
...many major retailers such as Gap, H&M and Tommy Hilfiger have now banned the sale of Angora rabbit
fur due to the cruel way it is harvested.
wool production in a particular area, under conventional rearing system, is influenced greatly by climatic conditions, nutrition and management other than germplasm.
"I re-homed an angora rabbit
from the RSPCA and he's a fantastic character who makes a wonderful pet.
Q MY angora rabbit
has a small bald patch with dry, flaky skin surrounding it.
ANIMAL FIBER DIAMETER Vicun 6-10 microns Alpaca (Suri) 10-15 microns Musk Ox (Qiviut) 11-13 microns Angora Rabbit
13 microns Cashmere (goat) 15-19 microns Yak Down 15-19 microns Guanaco 16-18 microns Merino (sheep) 12-20 microns Chinchilla 21 microns Mohair (goat) 25-45 microns Alpaca (Huacaya) 27.7 microns Llama (Tapada) 20-30 microns Llama (Ccara) 30-40 microns Derrie Frost wrote for a number of publications from her home in Winter Park, Florida.
She said, 'It's got angora rabbit
hair in it so it's very soft and silky.
I obtained a permit (and now get one every year) and listed my homemade goat milk soap, various jellies, dried herbs, vegetables I hoped to grow, items made from my Angora rabbit
fur (that spinning and learning is still in progress!), and anything else I could think of that I produced on the farm.
Finding deer almost every day down by the bush; waking to our cockerels crowing in the mornings; gathering warm eggs from the coop; drinking our own goat milk; walking into the corral and being surrounded by my goats all waiting for their cuddle; spinning my own angora rabbit